Engine failure and race over on lap 2 for the Ferrari 335S of Peter Collins and Phil Hill. . Le Mans 1957.
- let go of people who make you feel negative emotions
- let go of people who make you feel like you’re not good enough
- be around people who make you smile and laugh
- be around people who think you’re amazing
- be around people who make you feel happy
don’t waste another year on people who don’t make you feel like you’re amazing
— ― Frank Warren (via psych-quotes)
- i’ve let go the things i thought i couldn’t live without and my unrealistic expectations of what my life should be like. it wasn’t easy or slow and gradual, like waking from a dream. no, it was more like surgery. a cold, systematic removing of a part of me that felt essential before but now hung uselessly in a proverbial waste basket and left a gaping internal wound that might take years to fully heal but hurt less everyday.
although deep down i think i still hold vestiges of my childish romantic dreams and maybe always will
-i’ve learned to withhold blame and criticism. i still struggle with understanding the perspectives of certain people but i’m trying harder to and i think i’ve gotten better at it. learned to heal relationships and be humble rather than be right and feel self-satistfied. accept my mistakes and flaws as others see them.
-learned to be more organized and goal-oriented
-Not to get too attached to people but be loving still. be less sentimental.
-remove my feelings from a situation and see things from a third person perspective.
-be more cognizant of how other people feel and think around me
-became more serious about automotive design
Architectural watercolours by Sunga Park
افتح فمك فقط إن كان ما ستقوله أجمل من الصمت
Open your mouth only if what you are going to say is more beautiful than silence
— Arabic Proverb (via kissing-beehives)
— ― Marianne Williamson (via psych-quotes)
'Ecstatica II' oil painting by Meghan Howland
— ― Leonardo da Vinci (via psych-quotes)
Distinguishing MBTI type
Extroversion - Introversion
In relation to the extraversion-introversion dimension, the relationship between individual and environment is to be investigated. Extraverted types develop a strong awareness of their environment for stimulation. The typical extravert has a strong propensity to influence others, but is likely to be influenced by others, as well. Extraverts usually seem confident, accessible, and expansive in the manner in which they build relationships with others (Jung, 1971; Lawrence, 1984; Spoto, 1995). Introverts, on the contrary, are somewhat more independent and idea-oriented than the extraverts, as they usually get their excitement from the inner world. They may sometimes seem lost in thought or maybe somewhat inaccessible in the way they move around the world (Lawrence; Spoto).
Feeling - Thinking
The second typological category, function-related types, refers to the specific manner or means of adaptation that produces a consciously differentiated psychological function. Jung put forward four possible functions: “sensation, intuition, thinking, and feeling” (Spoto, 1995, p. 33). Jung used “judging” to describe the polarity of thinking-feeling dimensions, which reflects an individual’s preference between two different types of judgment. Feeling types usually value harmony and human relationships in their judgments. They make decisions subjectively with a consideration of society’s values. On the other hand, Jung (1971) designated “thinking” as an opposite function to “feeling.” In contrast to feeling types, thinking types emphasize logic and objectivity in reasoning. This preference suppresses values and uses impersonal feelings in decision making (Spoto).
Sensing - Intuitive
Jung (1971) believed that “sensation and intuition” constituted two perceiving types. Sensing types rely mostly on the five senses while they perceive information, which makes them factual and observant. Sensing types usually approach a problem in a carefully deliberate way; hence, they perceive apparent aspects of the issue (Jung; Lawrence, 1984; Spoto, 1995). Spoto stated that, unlike sensing types, intuitive types look at things holistically and critically to get a sense of the whole over the parts; hence, they are usually imaginative, speculative, and analytical, and they can be more creative. They are able to see abstract, theoretical, and global relationships.
Perceiving - Judging
More over, Myers extended Jung’s theory, adding a perceiving-judging polarity, which she considered to be connected with the extraversion and introversion polarity (Spoto, 1995). Judging and perceiving refer to the process a person uses in dealing with the outer world. A judging type is well organized, systematic, and orderly and has a planned way of life, while a perception type is spontaneous, receptive, and understanding and has a flexible way of life (Myers & McCaulley, 1985a).